Arizona State football lands defensive tackle Omarr Norman-Lott
The Arizona State football team has added a defensive tackle to its list of 2020 football commits.
Defensive tackle Omarr Norman-Lott announced on Twitter on Sunday that he was furthering his education and football career at ASU.
In his post, Norman-Lott thanked his mom and extended family, including Arizona State defensive line coach Jamar Cain, who is Norman-Lott’s uncle, according to 247Sports.
Thank you to everybody who has followed me on this long journey✊🏾 pic.twitter.com/OE79K5ACAn
— Omarr Norman-Lott🦁 (@LottOmarr) October 7, 2019
Norman-Lott is a 6-foot-2.5, 290 pound defensive player at Grant High School in Sacramento, Calif. According to MaxPreps, Norman-Lott has tallied 25 solo tackles through four games this season, including seven tackles for loss.
Norman-Lott is listed as a three-star recruit, according to 247Sports’ composite score, but their website lists him as a four-star recruit. He is also ranked as the as the 28th-best defensive tackle recruit on 247Sports’ rankings.
Norman-Lott also had offers from USC, Arizona, Boise State, Colorado, Colorado State, Kansas, Kansas State, Oregon State, TCU and Texas A&M, according to 247Sports.